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sketcher datum planes - WF4

JWayman
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sketcher datum planes - WF4

Hello,

We recently moved to WF4 from WF2.

In WF2, if I clicked on an existing feature in the model tree, RMB, Edit Definition, I was shown the planes dialogue box on the way to editing the sketch. If I wanted to, I could change the sketch plane, or the reference plane at this stage and 'Done' out of it.

In WF4, RMB, Edit Definition takes me straight to the sketcher edit screen, bypassing the planes dialogue.

Is this a feature, or have I missed setting some config option?

I know I can RMB, Edit References and do it that way, but it is less obvious that way.

 

I have scoured the WF4 config options list, but I can see no obvious candidate.

 

I welcome your advice.

 

WF4, m220

 

Thanks,

John


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Hi,

there is a slight change in WF4...now the "sketcher setup" option is added just below the sketch references option within the sketcher.

the advantage being that you can change the sketch plane while remaining in the sketcher.

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Hi,

there is a slight change in WF4...now the "sketcher setup" option is added just below the sketch references option within the sketcher.

the advantage being that you can change the sketch plane while remaining in the sketcher.

View solution in original post

Thank you,Rohit.

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